A new state law that went into effect in January expands the statute of limitations for childhood victims of sexual abuse.
In the lawsuit, the library director’s former executive assistant accused her of making sexist and inappropriate comments toward him before he was dismissed from his job.
The City Council has approved a $775,000 payout to settle a lawsuit from an ex-employee who said his bosses retaliated against him when he pointed out discrimination against minorities.
The woman claimed she wrongly believed for two years that she had breast cancer and could die within months, if not days.
Briana Owens, 38, of Long Beach, testified Tuesday in her civil case against the oncologist. The doctor’s lawyer said the case “has no merit.”
Amy Michelle Johnson of Long Beach is being sued by the mother of a victim who was killed in the 2017 crash in Cerritos.
Tenants had to deal with constantly sinking ground and a lack of attention from the owners, who continued to raise rents, residents said.
The girl and her family are alleging negligence, civil rights violations and a violation of the state Education Code.